Come make $5000!
The ink is just barely dry on the Authentic Brands Group acquisition of every surf brand that every existed and look, trouble already. Quiksilver, very iconic and important counting Kelly Slater, Tom Carroll and Mikey Wright amongst its former/current stable of stars is being fingered by “privacy protection attorneys” for potentially “violating California privacy laws” in a scintillating post.
“You may be entitled entitled to compensation of up to $5000,” it begins with eye-popping wow before settling in.
“If you’ve visited quiksilver.com’s website they may be violating your rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act. You could be entitled to up to $5000 in compensation.”
Those who call Riverside home are instructed to visit the Swigart Law Group.
“Welcome to the Swigart Law Group!” its website reads, “Thank you for trusting us with your legal needs.”
“We are helping Quiksilver.com customers file individual arbitrations for alleged violations of California’s invasion of privacy laws. We are not filing a class action. We are handling these cases as individual arbitration claims.”
“Please answer the following questions to help us determine if you are eligible to file an individual arbitration against Quiksilver.com.”
A series of questions are asked, sussing out if the Fresno resident qualifies.
I bet you wish you were more supportive of the Mountain and the Wave now that 5000 big ones are on the line, don’t you.
Well, lesson learned.